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Evening Star (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Washington, Washington-DCEvening Star. Washington City Fei a Aftab non of Ember 17 to w. M. Mills at Fredericksburg v., is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers Early every morning. Or ion3 wanting the paper will to promptly at tended to by leaving their names and addresses with him. Or a. R owes no 70 High St., ports Mouth va., will furnish subscribers to the evening Star with their papers regularly every morning after it Issue. Fat Jeremiah Kidwell Esq is appointed our agent for collecting subscriptions to the daily evening Star and weekly Star in the state of Virginia. commend him to the kind attention of our friends. Miau i f Fri. 4l0&r1 it g Pri the intelligencer says of the Soule affair the excitement caused by repulse of our mini Ier or. Souls has already in a g cat Mea ure died away. It will hardly prove a nine Days wonder. A Little reflection a co Tea that the sopping of our minister i was not necessarily an affront to our govern i intent thai by the Publio Law the was quit compatible with the most amicable inter i National relations that it was for the French government to judge of the propriety of the i step and that it was personal to the minister 1 alone these considerations and the general impression that it cannot productive of any i Maui demanding Between toe two govern ments Nas already invested the affair of the 1intensity of Iee Piug which at the first Blush it i created. Further information May never the Iless give a different to it " i the same paper thinks that the Union is i Bard put to ii when it draws Consolation from i the election of or. Daniel Wells an anti i meet Ute Democrat to Congress from Wisconsin. The j Uniti has a Short but very powerful i Arvicio n the scale affair wherein the trick i of Cleav orig to separate or. Soule person i irom the Publio capacity in which is in Europe is exposed. Upon the plea Tuat in France or. Soule can Only looked upon i As an absconding French subject the editor i dec ares a effect that this government will 1 not a Cadesca in it even when attempted to i applied to the Humble to of its adopted Citi i tens. The same Papor argues to prove that i Seward ill have no of Fecit a strength in the i next Inoue of representatives. A work Porkat have i fore us an Early copy of " the statistical View i of the United states embracing its territory i population White free Colo and moral and social condition Industry property i an 1 Revenue detailed statistics of cities i to owls Ani court to being a compendium of i the 7th tensu.-, to which Are added the results i of every i evicts census begin aug with 1790, in comparative table with explanatory and illustrative notes based upon the schedules i Aud other official sources of information by i j. D. Ii Bow superintendent of the United i states census. Washington printed by a. 0. I p Nichoson Publio Printer 1854." this is the most valuable Ork of the kind i Ever put Tortat in this country. Inasmuch As i it a a races ail the census statistical inform i Tion Likely to useful to Tho business Man i without the voluminous details which Render i the original work lately published under or. I How s superintendence too cumbersome i for general reference and too expensive to i printed in such numbers As would noes i out to to publication of its Condensa i Tion now before us. This is a work of immense i labor evidently requiring in its combination i the first order of statistical Talent an judg i ment. predict that before another census 1i is taken Congress at the demand of their con i Eti cents will order a million of copies of it to i b. Priced for gratuitous circulation. This coir Indium is an Octavo of about four Hun-1 died pages. I Comoe Shillington hat favored us with i sol Smith s theatrical journey work Audi anecdote Cal recollections Philadelphia published by t b. Peterson. Sol it will i remembered 13 preacher attorney at Law and play by turn3, and a exceedingly Clever i at cach of his professions. It is said i sol is a great wag in his Way As his Book i proves lie has made a capital Book to laugh i . Iowa paper says. " the immigration into Iowa at ail the i Crossings the present season is unparalleled in the history of the past the steam Fery at that i y one of the largest on the River is i . A constant motion from morning until i night and frequently until Midnight. The i consequence a. That evening whole acres on the opposite Side of the River May i seen covered with the wagons tents and cat tie of the emigrants the merchants grocers i and manufacturers Are reaping a Harvest in the Way of furnishing supplies to the travel i ing million. At present rates at least one Hundred thousand souls will added to the i population of this state during the present Mason " i jew work election. According to the Tribune s tables of the i fish figure to m the corrected returns that or Clark is 602 votes ahead of or. Sey i m or official returns Are yet to received for m Delaware Lewis and Wayne counties the is but doubt now of or. Clark s election. The Tribune of last evening has the follow i leg Jall the corrections can make in our governor table this morning favor Clark to the amount of ill v pcs in the aggregate 619 ahead the report which Duce Teri your s Maju Ity in Erie county to2 944 to do rot accept that would reduce Itoi or majority to 239, and give Clark a Chance yet j i Nan county gives Clark a plurality of dirty . I s cat Aragus gives Clark 814. This reduce Seymour to 2152d p s Kings county 3 318, raising sey Mour s plurality again to 400 Railroad Between Springfield and Delaware in Ohio having failed to pay sex t Ains have been withdrawn and the Road is now lying Idle. The Allie have had a hard time in the Crimea they received a Bear s hug on the 25 b from 30,000 russians and come off Sec oud lest from the embrace. Or a Madrid paper states that the emperor of the French had pledge himself to Send a Guadron to the West indies to protect Cuba from filibusters Wuen Wjk Wile Al ses her husband and lock unutterable affection at him she is in . 1"v the cloak of religion is to known Romero ones says punch by the flue Nap it has during Sermon time. W Ashish Tito news a a uq8sifc the Osal readers Orte Star will find in oar telegraphic columns an important despatch from new Tork wherein hey will perceive the Gratifying news that the ii Enoh government Hare promptly reviewed heir action in the Soale affair. There was no cause Given by this govern the tone of hostility evinced by the French government in its Anion to or Soule personally and in the subsequent interview Between or. Mason and the French foreign affairs minister As ported in the newspapers. This fact very naturally caused much indignation among the americans in France and England As Well As Home in this country As exemplified by the tone of the american press. The despatch to which allude above come doubtless upon the strength of some private letter in the Asia s mails in which our Well informed and Ever careful new York telegraphic correspondent places fall Confidence. therefore hasten to say that this prompt reversal of its obnoxious order reflects the highest credit upon the discretion and friendliness of the French government which As it will seen hastened most honorable to disavow any intention of insulting the United states or of seeking a rupture with us. On the moment it became satisfied that it had noted under a misapprehension of the facts involved. rejoice in this result inasmuch As Noth ing would have Given us greater pain than to forced to conclude that France had lost her chivalry of bearing As a nation and because know of naught that would More Dis treeing to our country at Large than an interruption of that comity and Good understand ing which up to this time has existed without serious interruption Between our ancient ally when her Friendship was to us the Pearl beyond Price and the United states of America getting their eyes open the readers of fhe i str will perceive in the following extracts from the Washington letter of x., in the Baltimore Sun a simple reiteration of facts stated Long since in the Star. stood absolutely alone among the press of the country insisting at that time on the fact that the mis called Congress of american Diplomatist was a purely accidental meeting and also that the business of or. Assistant Secretary of state Mann had nothing in the world to do with Public affairs. Call attention to this verification of our views published when All the rest of the press of the country were in error upon the subject matter Only by Way of illustrating the truth that the Star must looked to by All who desire to avoid being misled with reference to american Publio affairs in any Quarter of the Globe. " the talk about the american Congress lately held at Ostend in Belgium not the Netherlands As the new York papers have it is All Moonshine. The meeting was purely accidental. It is not True As has recently been stated that a credit of $80,000 was opened with the brings to carry out the views and purposes of that Congress. It is wholly and unequivocally untrue at the late trip of the assistant Secretary of state or. Mann was at All connected with diplomacy and it is equally untrue that Heind or. Sickles Secretary of legation i London had any business entrusted to them relating to the acquisition of Cuba i incline o the opinion that or. Mann was especially a joined not to open his lips on politics and Nat his visit to Paris was purely of a private character and for his own individual Benefit that of his health and that so far from ing sent abroad merely asked permission to go which was granted. So All the Specula ions which have been built upon his going id returning and All the Nice deductions Nade from it must necessarily fall to the Patent judge Mason f Iowa first entered upon the discharge of duties of commissioner of patents it will remembered that the newspapers from Maine to Texas were constantly publishing complaints against the Bureau though his immediate predecessor had done much for Short time was in Oce in the Way of freaking Down the wide spread dissatisfaction Ith that Bureau pervading nearly All the lid business with it it is worthy of remark however that now such a thing As a news paper paragraph complaining of the action of the Patent office is a thing unheard of. This fact tells the tale of the condition of its business in All its branches. Business was never before done so promptly there nor was there Ever before a Lime when it was As at present done so As apparently to preclude All complaints from parties interested. No question of importance is adjudicated in the Patent office wherein there Are not two parties interested one for and the other against the decision that what it May. Millions too Are not infrequently involved in the decisions of the commissioner yet All appear at length to satisfied with the Way in which that functionary disposes of the questions coming before him. Progress of the mexican Boundary com Mission on the 24th oct major Emory and party had reached a Point 25 Miles West of san Antonio on their route to Elpaso where it was expected would find the mexican commissioner. had received advices from his assistant who had been sent in Advance to that Point however dated the 10th of october that the mexican commissioner had not arrived and had not been heard from. This fact taken in connection with previous rumours that his March was probably inter seated by the indians created some uneasiness As to his safety. Our officers Are no doubt now upon the spot ready to commence the Survey of the new line. Navy officers ordered the following Navy officers have been ordered to the Sloop of War Falmouth which is preparing at Norfolk for sea she is to a in the Home Squadron Vii g. Shaw Lieuten b. Knox f. Winslow John Wilkinson and Abner Bead . J. Brownlee assistant 1 o Hara . B Stockston passed midshipmen Thomas w. Broadhead and George. Bel Knap . G. Dozier and John Cain or a. Oliver car Wisner j Stanford the have among us at the pres ent writing Lorenzo b. Shepard Esq., Isaac Fowler Esq mayor Westervelt and one or two other leading spirits of the soft of new York whose faces Are Short by Long Odds to permit the impression that they entertain the idea that or. Seymour May. Not prove to have been elected governor of new York. These gentlemen being All among the men of emphasis woo threw off their Coats to produce the cent result in the pity and state of new York a presume their visit to Washington at this time must an exceedingly Gratifying one to their political friends Here As Well As to them Lions of the Day among us a clerical understand that or. F. L. Burr of connect out a third class $1,600 per annul clerk in the office of the solicitor of the Treasury has resigned. It is said goes Back to Hartford Connecticut to renew his connection with the Hartford time. The current operations of tha Treasury thursday the 18th of nor. There wars of Treasury warrants entered on the books of the department. For the redemption of Stook $13,283 93for paying other Treasury debts., 2,830 00for the customs 31,324 95covered into the Treasury from customs 47 75 for the War department 8,447 00for the Navy department 14,268 00if. To Interior department. 636 48 Clito total. Tho Albany Argus says learn that if Stranahan whig is awarded the certificate a the second Congress District it is the intention of George Taylor to contest the seat. has engaged Able counsel to conduct the proceedings in his behalf before the supervisors of Kings. Mike Walsh ale claims seven majority in the fourth District. Kelly claims Home Twenty one for himself. Should Walsh counted out by the canvassers Pur poses to contest Kelly s claim before Congress. It is said that collector Redfield of new York has appointed or. Genet a hard Shell to an inspector s birth. Archdeacon Wilbert orce has formally connected himself with the roman Catholic Church. Barnum bought a Baptist Church the other Day at Zoar in Connecticut to stable his elephants in this Winter. Alexander Smith the Young poet has been appointed by the Queen assistant to the astronomer for Scotland. Two of the emperor s ministers Are ill in Paris. M. Pillault minister of the Interior and m. Bineau minister of finance who has lost his voice. In England it is said that a publisher in the United states has commissioned m. W. Thomas to make an offer to m. Mazzini for the Purchase of a work to entitled 4i memoirs of revolutionary Europe from 1830 to the present time which it is understood m. Maz Zini is now composing. The terms offered Are�400 per volume of 400 pages 8vo., to paid on the completion of each volume with 4 per cent interest in the mean time. M. Mazzini will requested to state beforehand the num Ber of volumes in which his work will appear and the periods at which they will ready. Miss j. M. Davenport the charming actress has been playing her admirable Char the whole of this week to crowded houses at the front Street theatre Baltimore. It is said that previous to this lady s engagement the fortunes of this House was on the Wane but now a different state of things Are presented. Rumor says miss d. Will appear at the National in this City some time next month. She will meet with a cordial reception Here. Hon David t. Disney of Ohio Isaac v Fowler postmaster of new York City an Loronzo b Shepard of new York Are at Willard s hotel. The legislature of North Carolina meets at Raleigh on monday next. Two unite states senators Are to chosen one in the seat made vacant by the expiration of the term of or. V. P. Mangum and the other to succeed or. Badger whose term expires on the 4th of March next. Zion j Herald publishes a letter from Rev. George Fletcher dated at Poplar Nea London in which the venerable Man states that is in the 108th year of his life. adds that is still Able to preach Aud is invited to do so by different denominations in All parts of England. Meiggs the san Francisco forger was known by Many of his business acquaintances a honest Henry Reeder and a party of his friends have made an extensive tour through the territory of Kansas. was very cordially received at the City of Lawrence the new England settlement and partook of Public dinner there. It is said makes a most favourable impression among the settlers. Later from Mexico. The new Orleans Picayune of saturday evening last has papers from the City of mex Ico to the 4th inst., and from Vera crus to the 8th inst., brought by the Orizaba. The Siglo Xix of the 2d inst., quotes a statement made by the Diario official on the authority of private letters dated at Telo Apan october 29, that the government troops had gained considerable advantage Over a body of revolutionists at a place called puerto Cay Uca or Campo Guerrero the latter were led by Anacleto fave res and the government troops were commanded by col. Francisco Rosendo Moreno. The revolt to nisus were completely routed two Hundred were left dead on the Field two pieces of artillery and other arms were map tired and their positions government troops then marched toward the town of c Yuca. The English and French inhabitants of the City of Mexico had a grand illumination on the night of the 1st inst., in Honor of the false report of the taking of Sevastopol the mexican blockading Squadron at Pulco has met with a sad disaster. On the 19th of August a furious storm prevailed inthe Vicinity and damaged the unfortunate vessels to much that one of them the Schooner Santa Anna foundered with All hands soldiers and Crew amounting to about seventy on Board. The Only person who escaped was the Cook. The occurrence took place off Loreto. The Fate of one of the other two the Schooner Guerrero is no known. The third the Corvette Santa Anna sustained extensive injury. The Siglo Xix. Announces that in the whole department of Nueva Leon fevers and the measles were epidemic Santa Anna had recovered his health and returned to the City from Taou Baya on the26th ult. The mexican soon exist announces that Gen. Almonie now minister plenipotentiary for Mexico at washing on will go to Vienna in the same capacity and has been replaced by or. Francis Marra Gois mexican Consul in new York and lately at this place. From ravages of the Chol Era of. By the bark Lithonia Captain Morton from Palmero which arrived at new York have advices from Sicily to sept. 17. At Sina the cholera was making fright Ful havoc taking off from eight to eleven Hun dred per Day. On the 16th, the report was that about one half of the population had been carried off. The disease sex ended even to animals. Mules goats Aud dogs dropping dead in the streets All the physicians who had not fallen Vic Tims had fled the pity. The government had issued a proclamation calling for medical volunteers from the neigh Boring cities guaranteeing payment to theia there were ten who bad gone from Palermo. On the 13th, 1,000 soldiers or convicts had been sent from Palermo to Messina to cleanse the streets and Bury the dead. At Naples August 13, the disease had abated the deaths amounting to about 300 per Day and of the 22d, the deaths daily had decreased to 20 or 25. At Palermo 26th, about 350 per Day was the number. The whole number of deaths at Palermo was estimated at 13,000, and at Mes Sina 45000. Greely says there is a report current that the new know nothing delegation to Congress from Massachusetts is made up of the lightest Tim Ber Ever employed for such a purpose in that state. There Are some so irreverent and Dis respectful toward dignitaries As to say that there Are More invincible Tom no Dies in this delegation than Massachusetts Ever sept to Washington before. Bufo Bobd foe till Star. A Singto oat Alexandria not 18,1854. Publia interest in the trial increased with the second Day and by noon the court House was crowded with anxious spectators the most perfect order prevailed and All seemed absorbed in the Progress of the trial at the usual hour. Judge Tyler took his seat and the trial opened. The examination of wit Nesses on the part of the Commonwealth was resumed. James fits Patriok sworn this gentle Man s evidence related entirely to the Dis charge of the elder Arlington from his Situa Tion As was discharged for a general description of the Situa Tion of the factory and the adjacent fences streets a knows the deceased his voice was soft and Low never heard him speak in High key saw hair upon a stick of Wood in the Yard. Henry Denmead the Pris Oner ten or eleven months saw him on the morning of the murder then wore greyish cassimere pants too Short for him and a cloth Cap this was not the map had worn pre Vious to the murder had a conversation with him. Objection made to the admission of evidence As to the conversation and it was ruled inadmissible 1 had a talk with him on the monday morning after the murder concerning two wounds upon his Arm said that his dog had bitten him in a dog fight the wounds were a Day or two old and a Scab had begun to form the wounds were upon the left Arm i think. Cross examined for map head on after the murder was a fancy Cap wit Flowers on the front All maps at the foundry Are Greasy i am certain it was on monday i saw the dog bites bad heard the report of a Reward for the murderer. W. H. Eaton in the same establishment with the prisoner have known bin about a year have seen him Wear two maps Ono with Little grease upon it sets Uprigh the other much soiled and lying close this Bead Cap shown that looks very suchlike the Cap � think so from its shape the dirt and string upon it would not s rear positively to my own map. Or. M. M. Lewis intended to say in my former evidence that i think the blow was the cause of the death of Kiggins. Here commenced a discussion Between the counsel As to whether the Commonwealth was obliged to swear on the trial All the witness sit had presented to the grand jury. The court decided that it was and the common wealth called. Edward Mansfield 2 or 3 o clock on the morning of the Marder my do Barking roused i went to the window and about thirty feet from my House she handhold of a Man who wore a Low Kossuth Cap and Dirk clothes i called the dog off and the Arm ran across Washington Street but the dog turned him and started in the direction of St. Asaph Street i did not say on Irvine Arrington s examination that it was too dark to see whether the Man had any hat on i said then had d try clothes and a Black hat. Austin Madison sworn known the prisoner four or five years live near him saw him often before the murder from the Spring previously had constantly worn a Fanoy map with Flowers on the front some time in the Spring came to with two Caps one wit Flowers upon it Ani the other a Tweed Cap and wanted to buy the Tweed one since that has worn the flowered one on the morning after the murder wore the flowered Cap. Thomas a got sworn on Brenger s Cor Ner one evening met . Arrington there were some dogs there and Arrington proposed dog fight after supper came to the Ca Nal Basin Bis dog would not fight but ran Arrington tried to set him on but the dog flew up and bit him on the Arm. This was on the monday evening following the my incr do not recollect on which Arm Arrington was bitten. By the stated at the exam ining court that it was on the left Arm 1 think. James Dudley was set Ting his log on when the dog turned on him held up his Arm and said that the dog bad bitten Bim did not see the bite. Edward Dainty the prisoner at the factory Gate on the morning after the murder had on a flowered Cap. Which sat High on his head always wore that Cap know John Bradley lives in Scott s Row wears a Kossuth Bat. The det Enoe had read the depositions of James Kiggins John Bradley and j. B love Joy to show that variations existed in their testimony. W. Johnston sworn Arrington was on trial before the death of Kiggins. The record was sent for and it was there found that Arrington had been released on the 17th of july. Examination for Commonwealth resumed. James Piston sworn work in the same shop with the prisoner after the murder prisoner snowed the wounds on his Arm and said that a dog had bitten him the bite was upon the right Arm the Commonwealth proposed to show that Mansfield had sworn on Irving Arrington s examination that it was too dark at the time looked to discern whether the Man wore any Bat. But the court die used the opposition. The Commonwealth her Restei its evidence and witnesses for the defence were sworn Alfred Beach Beach. John Bradley . Arrington Ano i were standing upon White s Corner one evening conversation turned on the watchman some one said Gayten Arrington was not watchman now but an irishman Bradley remarked let s run the damned irishman out no says Arrington let the poor Irish Devil stay they will not in office Long the know nothings will Iun them All Cross examined for prosecution i was on the Corner till 10 o clock i was confined f Urdas i cannot Tell when i think it was after this conversation i was confined about a month before the murder do not know when my confinement commenced or terminated not even the month none present at the conversation except those i have mentioned. Mrs Elliot sworn live in a House adjoining that of the prisoner heard him on the night previous to the murder till 11 o clock then i retired. Or. Of Sidebottoms for defence. I do not collect any conversation with my brother since on the subject. Never said i did i Board with my brother. Deposition of this witness read by defens Eto show that had sworn to conversations with his brother on this the evidence on the Oase closed. C. W. Wattles Esq., opened the argument for the Commonwealth lie defined the course of the factory company in the Oase and argued As length the Chain of evidence which connects Arrington with the murder. G. W. Gordon followed for the defense an the argument was continued before a crowded court room until late in the evening when your reporter left to make up his report no verdict has yet been rendered but the Case will conclude to Day. A. A literary painful sensation was created in literary orioles in new York on wednesday last by tha announcement that or. . North had of omitted suicide at his residence by taking Prussio acid. Deceased was a native of England and about 38 years of age. His poems and tales have been extensively printed in the magazines and newspapers both Here and abroad. Of late was Given to a Mela acioly turn of mind which together with pressing pecuniary embarrassments is supposed to have superin duped a temporary insanity resulting a deceased left an envelope containirg12 cents on his table endorsed As follows. " Ike remains of my Fortune and labors Fot ten finances or . B. Stovall Esq., treasurer of the state of Virginia publish i a synopsis of the financial operations of Hii department for the Isoa year ending the 30tl of september 1854, trom which it appear there were. In the trea Ury 1st oot., 1853. $331,695 5i received from All sources 8.681,892 8 $9,013,587 3 disbursed during the irm period 8 692 242 1 leaving a balance of $231,345 0 a there were 21 deaths in Charleston Laa week.6 of yellow i a look Kotite shops i Tab unit by states. The Are forty establishments to the United Ute engaged in the manufacture of locomotive engines Tebee Hope Tern out in Bart Iea i 1 200 locomotive in a Yeara bore hands Are employed a hoses a about millions and a half of a a Flat Penn mine Iron sons need ext value of the a Jim work u 110,000,000 per of z Fellows Hall Navy Yard. Is others Opp to dope oct Judon the great a it Mim 17, on " a . Debt 17 John o. Smtth. Agent Jfe c7 cartoons aborted Bonnet ribbons?3 pairs Flint Quality Fia krun67 do 2d do do 7000 Yards Straw Cordio Down jul ban or Cap wirej10 grow covered Wall Stone to do Reeda 3 pairs b ask Elk Illus on9 do White i do assorted uualitiea46 Don b to cram and wire frames86 do do Crow i 14 boxes French Flowers 146 Dosen Wei and Mark wire144 do cot on wire �0 pairs who and Black Sartain nett20 do of left Quality lena20 do 2d do do Kwh Ejof Cuddy Kris examination Elbe above. Skye i nor . A. Marital a la Mark by a Greyton. Theatrical journey work. Just rec used at a in a Maury s a v 17-tf Bookstore near 9 h t to a icy. Lour from Choice White i a Beai. For Sale it 1 nov 17.St pi0nb Mills Alexandra a. km.k1ved a a few Urx Tih 8hktr5y d,6sira1 mourning Cor aids Al of Supply Cimoric Ano Cwi a c liars an i or d h to which rep ctr in y invite the to . Nov w2t 8i i5vkls up in Centre maket dvhy10ov?�fners in or to for sex Oukei Lun a n�11. A a Mcwith and i of str lne loiter Oasin a in t c to of sxf1 to d7 by Mutual con int and tie by Alnease id Bereal Fondue Toby the and j q. Juth. is a Hori Zei to Clow up the by Idaess of the late firm. J. Q 8vith, or v j0l 0. mgt a nov. La 18r 4.pov 17,3 it 1 the citizens or Washington and the pubic Genera by a reminded that i in con Omah a pc it 01 Choc St brands of , of my own importation at d also that Ike play onh Anjaline tic of brandies Ineko Tuduri Kew Hiu Dot t1" Owen mar Price As Perial attention is called to a Vervon Jav l0t of. Fri Una 8ber-y, Width will Tom i cr0,9n to to a lot of of Diu London of my own importation. cd no. .56 a ave., bet 12th and 13h streets nov 17.ej pm new confectionary store. I Triue i Ait is Somm Hing new under the Sun a a therefor woul i my Fri soda and the pubic at Large. The i hive opened a Fine Newhof Cio uary Upp Orice Brawns hotel of 1 no True a my obtained every thing in the , in Tfaye bust pos Ibl Man a. And ,p.-� to Iok cd Katl jkii9d1j"?, ic8 of 11 kinds Ca -0 Al kind add paces. From 26 cents to la per Pound cakes of All Kin is. You May Here nil More the if y v Rie ies of cakes All of Thebes Quality. Madeo. Good fresh Butr Ana eggs a Best workmen in United states 1imrmy kit c n plea � tie time of most n Luo ,. J. O. Weaver the Par Lew dings Bals ac., supplied on the Hor est notice Aud most p ea.ln.1 terms nov 1,.e. 2m Odd Fellows Hall. S200 Worth of Tala ahle presents to Given away.gba9d gift c0nc1rt at Lyrda ,fiow.l8./onslstind of one Sale Oil Gold watch a g id o a the pencils Gold by Scales. Fil ver buit a Keirs. Old ladies and Gen s pins aa., a m tug in Aii a0 valuable gift to a Dis Tri used to the audience free the jew Ryan is Ete Nii the store window of or. Gait on pen Sylvania Arena of whom it As in will warrant every thing Gen Loikets in procured a so at or. Gait s store Price 60 cents persons Are Perlio Laily requested to Call at s Aud examine the presents and Ratlfy them selves that there is in deep Tina about it. Or. A Bokye m. Hill of Washington will appear on saturday evening Iuse eral of his favorite and John p. Ismith agent. Noir 17. Grand Talt or the Arlington club. I club a pet ii y announce i to their liiend1. And the generally that they will give their if Ith annual Tali at canc do 8 a Sinkai a five in a Nove Berul lh6t. Ice room will h Idso Mely decor Ted 1 club pledge themselves that no pains or expense will Sparta u truce to is the no. 1 bail o uie season. Scott s celebrated cot i on music is engaged forthe occasion upper and a fre haunts Beia Rui hed by an experienced caterer. 1 of any or the Manater. 01ot the door on evening c f lha Ball. A Kroihs. K Wuhu wig Jones r g Eckloff to Kilt Ita Bot j m f Hugh a Kleiber it car Ripon a Eckloff pm ii ten h towers a k w d. Andrews b Honnef nofl7-Dtw w = r Dorsett. R�j5 a at military Academy 1 vol 1864michaud s a Story of the 0-Usaaee, Traa elated fro the French 3 vols., 1863mill s history of the crust Dsa 1 ? l. 1844chrouiilea of the crusades a ool Lention of the Oor temporary car Ratica 1 vol 1s48the chronic of a of Roger of Wendover 2 vols 1849 ear., trails and a raves m pal Esti. I is nov 17." France Taylo i 0 Hap tical r manuals ii u a Druwin by lieutenant k. j o t l. Ftssi8t"t prof ser of Braai cat West Point with engravings. For Sale by in of 1a Flor a Masily booksellers Ner ninth at Piton. Schots Kunberg teacher and translator of Sloden language stud lit Aratare. To. 267 Pambi Avashia Avarca. Oct of pam1 upholsterer a a a. Apr Tranger to. 481, err or of j oui a ate Noe and sixth Street was Iau h & i Feti a of May by Wallace. Thum Hundredth Parlin by a Ziaee Revoile colons Shine eootu4ch. B Hera g. New Muio receded every tsp Days at no271pennsylvania Avenue nov 14-?r to b i to i h Lau neatly Amu ape att a air office. F9 a a Mitsem a to. Giant s levee sat Jackson Hall. The a tug Respecta Illy id us u Cut Aomand str arg Rabat mow. Bryan to French giant the to Flatt Man known in a rope or amines lad Mia Hannah cr0c8b. The american giant to Lariat woman Livia. now holding reception levee at jacks a Hall Pennsylvania Avna from 10 o clock a. In until i o clock p crowned heeds Batore whom moan. B. Hat had the Honor of appearing him the most Urf it giant in Eunpu end All the ii Abt Tanu of thid 1. And who Hare Man my Rota Sile on Glady measures More Arnd therm i inane a rna Maud tie wan. And a tall than the woman 89 rear of a a who a Ito weigh 76# t funds fee in Vry late Lig it Soefer Ible of a g of form an any Woan and Vrr Yetiva or a Perton o her imm 4aa.the combined exhibition r f Rheee Ytje str moral nary p . Allk8t Man and Labom woman Toenia highly interesting to All whole Light in seeing tie great oct wonder of the world. A. Dunseith nor 18-2w m Hatch tace pm Columbia c0urs1 a for a l to Vaflor Swo aside milk Pika to to come of Mortn bar 18th, 1114. Of 1 o clock precisely r. S suit entire John Graham or. Madox Entee Mart payme nor 16 it Elf Dpi m Rtin Proy r. National theatre. Go org Runkel a Sodl Jotin t. Fund the Lecamu pen on headway a Realeg How. So by Well known ethiopian dramatic company named Kunkel s Nightingale opera troupe,coprifin19 popular and t a need performers embracing comedians vocalist8, dancers . Pro a ing each evening of thir St a l new and i easing aka Mac sketch in Aidi i p to the r musical and terps1chorean Poat Baltures f life among the nerve i of the South. Let Nuion for gentleman and ladies to the dim Circle or Piquitte 25 facts. Gentlemen without Ladie 37wcts. Soond third to a of to Oxe 25 Eta. No 16 of it Dail ple � e copy Rich and elegant furs just received. 15 Par con lower than Ower of Faredin tits cily i euhcri1 or would ret Efimy in rite the at Tention of the la Iea of Washington the in none to fall and examine Hie Larve Aid nil Fol Kesort ment of fur4, combining All the Fhi is of fort Boomer g aeon which in Orlend in Richno a cannot by Eurice . A a in Moor of Superb Carriage Robes. A Fine lot of us Brylka of Ali Ziaee. To by i Poe cd of very , a Large Stock of Chitren and infant s fan a Woodfi a wave on hand made from the beat mate ria1, find at exceedingly Low or . His late Rew Ruvle of fats t r gentlemen a seen already stamped a the n p to Ultra cd Only a a mention of it to my the the Price As heretofore for the very beet Iak Only $4. J. T. Evan8, nor 16.lw Penner Urania averse. Orrico or Raa Gas i ight compact Wash Nett n not. 18, 1%m. \ Acard notice is hereby Iren that bankable fanes will required .Eafter in payment f All Daee to this 16 -6t Joseph f. Brown 8. Malaga Cir apes & Smyrna a mall in Rioe of fresh or Paud figs in food order. C. Gautier nor 16.3t 252 Peona. Avenue Post Liers or a ecu it to my Alleghany Banks have � number of to b in washing too and several farm in my for Saleane will take the Rote of Len. Wither Soo or of the trans Alleghany Bank at Par in payment. For particular inquire of Briscoe Ward nor 16.6 pc Omar biota. New books at Shillington St ool 8mirn theat Riml journey work Salt water bubbles the lost Iii swell life at sea the Pride of lift propose and i Njadl a the news i of All the Lato of the London Illus rated Newt containing the latest news from the seat of War in tiie k 1.81 latest a blon books and literary periodicals All the latest newspaper and everything longing to the stationery Liao at a jilt Lugton d Bookstore Corner of a. Avenue and 4% Street nor 16.ft into1 the National hotel in ibis Rory will of Ned for the Epin ofgus s on tie -7tb Ord and Arr a in the beet style and no expense or a Bor i i spared to Render the House in every ret a equal to an in the country. The Suiter Ber therefore trusts that a Gea Aroos Public will continue the lib eral Patron Wei a has always Beon Eit Andai to the Bouie Perot desiring to part Houte from the Corner of tenth str it West where will pleaded to Ramahi to Mer patrons and the Publio generally. . W lumber lrnskrll50,0x1 feet Albany White lumber 44 to12 4 6.000 get a Harry 6 4 to 1m5 000 do do 4-4 sol 5-8 6,000 do Walnut a Fetn boards firs quality6 000 to do 4-4 to 12-4, wide and clear10,000 do Ash 4-4 of 16-4, of Tea Best kind8,000 do Poplar 4-4just a waived and for. Ale by j. B Ward Beo nor 15 Law twelfth Street and cae1. Sulrta-Mjlktft. Bare just Reee veda Large and Fine As Ortiz it of White and Woolord Shir of Best Quality made in the Moet sir error manner and warranted to lit which Are Selling at very Low prices also a Large Quantity of Fine Merino undershirts and drawers for old Wea by. Wail k syk Phons Penn. Avenne next door t Iron Hall nor 18.St a few More left. Have yet a Inrid several lets in Houlares no.018 9 6, fronting on is Viand Avenue blow in eighth aut ninth tree Beato which i would Call the a Tention of those desiring a lot upon eligible terns. The Pri Tai Ges Frua sixty to one Hundred and thirty Tive Dobra Payab in instalment of tved Ollars per month. Or p. Dyer auction and Oom Nisrin merch a i of Flo Rndt 1st House from Oor. 10th St West nov 18.alw pianos pianos pianos have on Hind several Fine Plano f0rie8,which will by or id at astonish by Low Proea in order to close out oar a event Stock previous to moving 1. These pianos Are equal if not Euer a to any Isth Market and each purchaser will receive a writ ten guaranty a their Durat Pilitt. Callan try fore purchasing elsewhere at the music depot of Hilbush Hue South s i Anna Avenue nov 18 Between tenth and eleventh Trees. Wood for Sale. Oli or. s up in f pm Twombl As from the Long prod go Bove the toil get in Ala Xandree Donn to a an 0 Wood for Sale. Oak $2 6&u, and p. of 12 v Oord. Apply to a. 0arlin, agent. Nov 14.lm

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